Olympian Simon Gagne scored 1:47 into overtime to give the Philadelphia Flyers a 4-3 win over the Western Conference-leading Vancouver Canucks in NHL play on Thursday.
Gagne also assisted on Eric Desjardins' goal at 16:11 of the third period that gave the Flyers -- who have yet to lose at home this season -- a 3-2 edge.
However, Todd Bertuzzi scored for Vancouver with just eight seconds on the clock to force an extra period.
The score was knotted at 1-1 after a period, with the Flyers' Mark Recchi and the Canucks' Jason King tallying.
Hurricanes 5, Thrashers 1
In Raleigh, North Carolina, the Hurricanes got a goal from Erik Cole just 24 seconds into a 5-1 drubbing of the Atlanta Thrashers.
Josef Vasicek, Rod Brind'Amour, Ron Francis and Kevyn Adams also scored for Carolina.
Patrik Stefan got Atlanta's lone marker, denying Kevin Weekes a shutout.
Senators 5, Blue Jackets 2
In Ottawa, Marian Hossa scored twice and collected two assists as the Senators rallied to rout the Columbus Blue Jackets 5-2, all five Ottawa goals coming on the powerplay.
Hossa helped out on goals by Wade Redden and Radek Bonk, with Bonk notching two assists as well.
Columbus had gone up 2-0 after just eight minutes on goals by Trevor Letowski and David Vyborny.
Islanders 3, Canadiens 1
In Uniondale, New York, the Islanders got a goal in each period in a 3-1 win over the Montreal Canadiens.
Oleg Kvasha, Mark Parrish and Jason Blake scored for New York, which is an impressive 7-2 at home.
Devils 3, Panthers 1
In East Rutherford, New Jersey, the Devils got three of the four second-period goals to dump the Florida Panthers 3-1.
Patrik Elias, Brian Gionta and Jay Pandolfo tallied for the hosts, with Stephen Weiss counting for Florida to deny Martin Brodeur a shutout.
The Panthers are 1-1 under new coach Rick Dudley.
Predators 4, Flames 1
In Nashville, the Calgary Flames had the better of the play, taking 30 of the 52 shots, but the host Predators prevailed 4-1.
David Legwand had a goal and an assist to pace the Preds, with Kimmo Timonen collecting three assists.
Toni Lydman put the Flames on the board after just 6 1/2 minutes, but Tomas Vokoun was unbeatable the rest of the way.
Oilers 2, Wild 0
In St. Paul, Minnesota, Alaska-born netminder Ty Conklin, subbing for injured number one Tommy Salo, registered his first NHL shutout as the Edmonton Oilers blanked the Wild 2-0.
Conklin turned aside all 22 Minnesota shots.
Ethan Moreau scored unassisted just 1:14 into the contest with Mike York finding the mark later in the opening stanza.
The Wild remained winless in regulation against Edmonton.
In other NHL games: Coyotes 3, Avalanche 2 (OT); Blues 4, Sharks 3 (OT); Kings 4 Maple Leafs 4